Travel to Kerala Destinations :
Kerala is situated on the South western coastal tip of India, some 300 kilometers south of Goa. Kerala can be separated into three climatically exclusive regions: the eastern highlands (rugged and awesome hilly terrain), the central midlands (rolling hills) and the western lowlands (coastal plains).
Even today Kerala continues to retain its unique cultural identity. Travel to Kerala is a re-discover of our senses, which offers the colours, spectacle, magic, grandeur and mystery of India – all in one state. There is serenity and pleasure for those looking for respite in the lap of nature; there is relationship and sensuous moments for those looking for an romantic hideaway; a variety of actions, fun for family members and adventure sports activities.
Kerala provides great experience of journey traveling to its exotic locations that one would not want to skip in their life-time.
The capital city of Kerala, Trivandrum provides an interesting commercial establishments, historical and modern structures. The name Trivandrum actually comes from (thiru-anantha-puram) where ‘anantha’ represents the idol of the massive snake ‘Ananda’ on which the idol of the Hindu God Vishnu sets and ‘puram’ indicates residence the town was built on seven low mountains. There are several interesting places to visit in and around the Trivandrum city such as Napier Museum, Secretariat, Padmanabhapuram Palace, Koyikal Palace, Kuthiramalikka Palace (Horse Palace),Kovalam etc.
Munnar located at the confluence of three mountain streams, of . Muthirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala, is one of the popular travel destinations in Kerala national and international tourists. This hill place of Munnar once used to be summer resort of the erstwhile British administration in south India.
Munnar is a place marked by wide areas of tea farms, northeastern cottages, rivulets, falls and awesome climate. It is also an ideal location for trekking and mountain riding. Eravikulam National Park is one of the main destinations near Munnar to visit. There are also some other travel attractions Munnar are Anamudi Peak, Mattupetty, Pallivasal, Chinnakanal, Anayirangal etc.
Varkala, a relaxed and silent place, lies on the borders of Thiruvananthapuram region. Varkala provides fantastic excellent accommodation facilities for tourists and is a popular health resort with many Ayurvedic massage centres. There are several locations of vacationer passions like a wonderful seaside, a 2000-year-old Vishnu Temple and the Ashramam – Sivagiri Mutt a little distance from the seaside.
Fort Kochi is known as the “Gateway to Kerala” is wonderful town that has an modern impact. Fort Kochi is a great position to discover on feet. Arabs, British, Dutch, Chinese, and Portuguese have all left their mark on the city. Many of the historical sites in Fort Kochi attracts most of the visitors to the area.
Wayanad is a ruby hilly region that extends along the Western Ghats. It has significant amounts of picturesque appeal. Numerous coconut palms, dense forests, paddy areas, and substantial mountains form the landscape.
Due to the nature of its geography, the place also has much to offer adventure lovers. Popular destinations include hiking to Chembra Optimum and Meenmutty Drops, discovering old Jain wats or wats, going up the to Edakkal Caverns, and creatures finding at Muthanga and Tholpetty Wildlife Sanctuaries. Another emphasize of Wayanad is the many wonderful homestays in the place.